Each day will see the Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research Best British Rider jersey presented by a very special VIP, here’s the information on day two’s presenter.

Sally Waller (67) from Milton Keynes
Diagnosed with acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) in December 2009, aged 62.
She underwent two courses of chemotherapy at Milton Keynes Hospital but unfortunately both were unsuccessful, and she required a stem cell transplant to save her life. Fortunately a match was found and she received the transplant on 8 April 2010. Sally has since met her donor and they have remained great friends.
She says: “My donor, Darryl White had only joined the register in December 2009 – the month I was diagnosed – but I will be forever thankful that he did. It is because of donors like him, as well as the fantastic research into blood cancers led by charities such as Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research, that many people are beating the disease. I feel honoured to be able to represent this charity and blood cancer patients at such a special event.”

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